Bilateral renal autotransplantation with pyelovesicostomy: a surgical treatment of refractory enteric hyperoxaluria.

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A 38-year-old man, with only 3 feet of small bowel remaining after multiple resections because of chronic inflammatory bowel disease, had severe symptomatic calcium oxalate nephroureterolithiasis. Because of the refractory symptoms, he was successfully treated with bilateral autotransplantation of the kidneys, totally bypassing the ureters. Anatomically… (More)

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@article{Salvatierra1989BilateralRA, title={Bilateral renal autotransplantation with pyelovesicostomy: a surgical treatment of refractory enteric hyperoxaluria.}, author={Oscar Salvatierra and M A Longaker and Timothy M. Crombleholme}, journal={Surgery}, year={1989}, volume={105 3}, pages={430-5} }